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Teaching debate and reasoning with Nyāya

Imagine you are a seventeen-year old student walking between classes on your college campus. You pass by a white guy, about thirty years old, sitting a table with a banner that says "Male privilege is a myth: change my mind." You've been taking an introduction to feminist philosophy class and are pretty sure this fellow is wrong, or at best, confused. Do you stop and debate him? Why or why not?

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